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little bit of missed falling inland. be advised this starts early for some who commute into the city. with all the fog and drizzle, my mother-in-law calls it smir. it is windy and there is plenty of low fogs to go around. look at this front, ringing rain to the north coast. there is enough there that the enhanced -- the font will enhance the fog bank. 50s for everyone. even to the south bay. 58 in campbell. everyone is close. the breezes out of the west or northwest. that is impressive for this system to make it this far this time of year. that translates into below normal temperatures. traffic is okay.
a matter of fact, we did not have a lot going on. we have look at tracy traffic that will be busy on 580, i merely coming in over the altimont pass. 205 is okay if you are driving over to livermore. when you hit vasco road it looks better. at the bay bridge toll plaza, not a big delay right now. it is very light coming into san francisco. were not sure it will stay this way. on 280 northbound in san jose, it looks good through the south bay. let's go back to the desk. a fifth dallas police officer died hours after snipers opened fire during a march to protest recent police shootings. minutes ago we learn from our sister station in dallas that a total of 12 officers were shot. five died and seven were injured. two civilians were also injured. investigators say the snipers went after police in an ambush
style. people who have lived in dallas say they've never seen such chaos. alex savidge has been following the latest developments of this from our newsroom. >> reporter: morning. let's talk about who police think were behind this attack. they don't know how many shooters were involved. authorities say there are three people in custody and police say a fourth person in killed themselves. this is according to investigators on the ground. new this morning we want you to see this new video that came in overnight that shows one of the snipers involved in this ambush style attack. you can see that person armed with a rifle, repeatedly firing from that position. you can see as the sniper ducks behind a pillar to hide from police officers that they are
hiring. this appears to have been a carefully planned attack on those dallas officers. this happened in the middle or toward the end of that protest. the protest against police brutality in response to a couple cases that have gained attention nationwide at least 50 shots were fired as protesters in that area ran for cover. >> after all the cars went by there were hundreds of people running the opposite direction of the cars. >> >> reporter: there is video of those officers who were injured and ultimately five of those officers died last night. the dallas police's chief said the snipers fired from an elevated position toward the group of officers, hitting 12 officers. federal and state authorities have been called in to help out with what is a massive investigation. in the meantime, police say
they are continuing to search for anyone else who may have been involved in this attack. three people are in custody. a fourth person has killed themselves. we do expect to get an update from the police chief in about a half hour. >> we will check in with you then to get an update. four officers killed were with the dallas police department. one was a dallas area rapid transit officer. the agency identifies him as brent thompson. he joined the department in 2009 in is the first dart officer killed in the line of duty. three other dart police officers were shot and wounded. hours ago, president obama talked about the shootings of the dallas police officers and promised that those responsible will be held accountable and that justice will be done. >> i believe that i speak for every single american when i say that we are horrified over these events and that we stand united with the people and the
police department in dallas. >> the president was speaking from poland. he is attending a nato summit. he said last night's shootings were vicious, calculated and despicable attacks on law enforcement. and that there is no possible justification for the attacks. the president called on all americans to pray for the fallen officers and their families. we have learned that san jose police chief ordered his officers to take extra precautions this morning in light of the dallas shootings. last night he ordered two- person patrols across the city of san jose. please officers do not always have a partner when on patrols. the chiefs -- chief told officers to be more aware of their surroundings in case of an ambush. we haven't reached out to other local police agencies to see if they are taking extra security precautions. no threats against bay area police departments have been reported as yet.
protest in oakland overnight over the recent police shootings of blocked traffic on interstate 8804 hours. >> please don't shoot me. >> please don't shoot me. >> around 11:30 pm, chp in oakland police officers lined up in a row and moved in to drive the demonstrators off the freeway. the chp issued a sig-alert around 9 pm. warning drivers to stay away from the area. christien kafton will have more on this and the damage caused a protesters coming up at 5:30. in minnesota come hundreds gathered for a vigil in memory of philando castile who was shot and killed by police on wednesday the vigil was held at the school in st. paul where he worked as a cafeteria supervisor. castile was shot by police after being pulled over for a broken taillight. his girlfriend, who was in the car with him, said he was shot when he was reaching for his driver's license. minnesota's governor said he does not believe castile would have been shot if you were white. >> i can't say how shocked iem
and how deeply, deeply offended that this would occur in minnesota. to somebody who got pulled over for a taillight being out of order. >> the girlfriend posted video on facebook showing the immediate aftermath of the shooting. the shooting in minnesota came a day after a man selling cds in baton rouge was also shot by police. the shooting of alton sterling was captured on a cellphone video. he was shot after being tackled by two police officers. attorneys hired by sterling's family say they do not believe the police version of what happened. >> and here we are again. another african-american male killed by police officers for absolutely no reason. we're not buying that the body cameras fell off. we're not to buying that he reached for his weapon.
>> the u.s. justice department is investigating the shooting for possible violations of state and local laws. as well as potential federal civil rights violations. later this evening, the san jose earthquakes will host a pride night during their match against dallas. this comes two weeks after some weeks fans chanted a hole volpp -- homophobic slur during a game. janine de la vega joins us live to talk about what is planned in an effort to keep it from happening again. >> reporter: good morning. we are at the stadium. pride night was planned before the chanting incident occurred. they do not want that to happen again. at the match tonight, the earthquakes will be honoring the victims of the orlando nightclub shooting before the game. one dollar for every ticket will be donated to lgbt charities.
the team will also do several things to remind fans not to be respectful in light of what happened two weeks ago. quake spans yelled a homophobic slur every time one of the players from the opposing team was attempting a goal kick. tonight, both the earthquakes and dallas will walk onto the field during the national anthem wearing don't cross the line of t-shirts. they will hold a banner that says, say no to heat speech. a public service announcement video featuring players will also be played urging fans to be respectful. the earthquakes want fans to note that derogatory language and homophobic language will not be tolerated anyone heard chanting inappropriate remarks will be warned once. if it happens again, those fans will be kicked out of the stadium. a union city woman received a phone call saying her daughter had been kidnapped. very scary story that turned out to be a scam. we will tell you about the
warning from police after this terrifying ordeal. a billion-dollar caltrain project that supporters say will reduce pollution. coming up, the reason one penn sulla town is trying to put an end to it. we are looking at a commute that is off to a decent start on friday. there are no major problems at the bay bridge toll plaza.
welcome back. there is a new scam in the bay area. a woman in union city got a phone call telling her that her daughter had been kidnapped and she was about to wire ransom money through western union but the police stopped her. jana katsuyama spoke with her about the ordeal. >> he said he kidnapped my daughter. he had my daughter. he found her walking on the street. >> reporter: this mother to the call came from a number she did not recognize. she said the two men threatened to hurt her daughter. >> if i hear you talk to someone or contact the police, we will start cutting her fingers off. or slice her ears off. that is on your. if you make a move. i never thought i would see her again. >> reporter: the woman said she signaled coworkers to listen and try to reach her family. the men ordered her to leave and go to a bank to get money. she wrote notes to the bank teller explaining what was
happening. she said she actually hurt her daughter's voice on the line. >> and he said, if you want to believe she is with me i will let you talk to her for a minute. she said, mommy, mommy, please. do with the man says. >> reporter: union city police had been notified in were talking with her other daughter who had located her sister in a park. >> she was sitting on the curb crying. she was scared. >> reporter: the sister ran away from police and family and hid in a bush. the men had called the girl first and told her they kidnapped her mother. it appears the men recorded the girls voice and told her they would kill the mother if the girl did not cooperate. they played a recording of her mother's voice to convince her it was real. police reunited the family in time to stop the money transfer. >> we hugged and cried. i'm still shaking. i don't want this for nobody. >> reporter: police had this advice. >> slow it down. they will move you very fast try to keep you on the line. repeat what they are saying to
your. try to figure out if you can get a hold of this family member. >> reporter: jana katsuyama, fox 2. the fbi sent out an alert about this saying this is a nationwide scam. union city police said they had of the report in a mother receiving a similar call a couple weeks ago. police said there have been other reports in fremont. there will be a volunteer cleanup tomorrow at a san mateo county beach. this comes after beer cans, used fireworks and other garbage was left on the beach after people celebrating the fourth of july. large parties at the beach have become an ongoing problem. county supervisors are looking into establishing a nighttime no parking zone and increasing sheriff's patrols. there are questions about who owns the beach. according to the mercury news, some people believe it belongs to the state. the state lands commission tells the paper it actually longs to private land owners, one of whom appears to be singer, chris isaac.
there are now's, the blood testing startup company based in the east bay city of newark, has been dealt another major blow. the company has received a notice from the centers for medicare and medicaid services, revoking its regulatory approval to operate. it's also banning the founder and ceo from running and their lab for east two years. that decision by the agency as a result of its inspection last year of the lab in newark the company's technology came under fire after a series of published reports questioned the accuracy of the company's technology and also the claims they make. we want to check in with the sal on this friday morning. how does it look out there? >> it looks a pretty good out there. if you are driving from far distances, any people get up early to do that, guillory commute looks good. if you were driving from gilroy through morgan hill and into
san jose, that has been a nice commute. the bay bridge toll plaza approach from the macarthur maze is not bad. this looks very nice. as you get to the toll plaza, it is still very light this morning although more people are showing up. around 5:30 am, the metering lights go on and we will see what happens then. let's go to steve with today's forecast. we have a lot of drizzle out there. miserable amounts coming in from san francisco. even some missed inland, not just confined to the coast or be. there is a system moving into the north. that is pretty impressive for july. that brings no -- rain to the north coast. and onshore breeze, or win for some. -- wind for some. it is flowing out toward the delta. it is a westerly breeze for most. crescent city getting rain.
that might make it down to ukiah or northern sonoma county. the fog is said, i will take that and ramp up the fog and the drizzle. 50s for everyone. it doesn't matter if it's of the coast. 56 in fairfield. 37 in mountain view. north bay temperatures, if you are running slightly cooler. novato at 52. bodega bay at 51. low clouds up and down the coast. there is a west win at sfo and drizzle there. san jose, which has had south wiest wind all week has now turned northwest. that is the cooler direction. for us we have 50s in ukiah. 57 in sacramento. around lake tahoe, not expecting snow but the wind has
cranked up there. if you're heading up there, the wind will be the issue. incline at 53. some advisories on the lake for the wind. here is the system. as it moves and it will bring rain into mendocino county. this will lift out. it's close enough that we will mention it. ditties, 60s, and 70s. many 80s are well inland. most inland locations will cool down through saturday. it looks like we were out on sunday and temperatures will inch toward normal levels next week bernie sanders reportedly will endorse hillary clinton next week donald trump is trying to rally support for republicans and there is growing speculation over who he will choose as his running mate. san jose getting ready for a big weekend. the preparations for thousands of gymnastics fans coming into town for the olympic trials.
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billion worth of tickets have been sold since the last winning ticket was sold in early march. tonight to drawing will be at 8:00. in san jose, 14 olympic gymnastics hopefuls will compete trying to fill the five spots on the u.s. team headed to rio next month. san jose is hosting the olympic trials at the sap center today and saturday. san jose also posted this four years ago in the trials generated more than $25 million for the south bay. >> this will be one of the biggest weekends of the year for san jose in terms of capacity crowds at the hotels in the opportunity to create feverish excitement in and around downtown san jose. >> the competition is sold out. gymnastics city usa will open outside the sap center at 2:00 this afternoon. fans can watch tonight and sunday nights competitions and therefore free. sunday night we will find out which five gymnasts will
represent the u.s. in rio. kevin durant is welcomed. the newest golden state warrior is excited about joining the warriors and being part of the new family. >> when i met these guys i felt as comfortable as i ever felt. it was organic. it was authentic and real. >> the warriors held a news conference at their practice facility yesterday, introducing the new free agent. he has won an nba most valuable player award and has been selected to seven all-star games. he said coming to the bay area to win the nba championship is what he wants to do. the head coach said durant will fit right in. >> the versatility, the ability to switch, kevin fits perfectly into that style. it really does feel like it should be seamless. >> durrant said it was tough
leaving oklahoma. he actually shed tears when he told thunder players he was leaving. there is a new cable car bellringing champ this morning. for the first time in more than 50 years, a woman competed in the annual contest. she is good. that is cassandra griffin having it her all. she went up against the six men for the title. she did not come out on top. the owner and to leonard oates who beat out the reigning champ, byron,. a suspect is dead, three are in custody after five dallas police officers were killed last night during what had been a peaceful protest. >> after the first gunshot, she heard the second and gunshot, after that it was just -- a lot of gunshots. >> we have new details coming in now from officials in dallas
texas. protesters took to the streets of oakland. coming up we will show you the aftermath of the damage left in their week. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is beginning to get busy in some areas. but on 280 in san jose, it does not look that. the fog bank is getting busy with a lot of drizzle. in fact, some measurable amounts. we will talk about this cool pattern in rain on the north coast. you live life your way. we can help you retire your way, too. financial guidance while you're mastering life. from chase. so you can.
good morning and welcome back. it is friday, july 8. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. it is a very drizzling out there. there is an impressive cold front moving in up north. >> we don't see that often. >> not in july. i know in crescent city and eureka it is ready. if it's not, it is close. some of these clouds will make it inland. even low clouds are pushing past the coast. there is a lot of drizzle out there. if you don't have fog come a you probably have a breeze. the system is impressive for this time of year. and onshore breeze is giving measurable amount of drizzle, mainly a westerly component to this breeze. some of this may get close to mendocino county later on by tonight into early saturday.
50s on the temperatures. even east bay temperatures. everyone from lafayette through brentwood that is unusual for this time of year. we have a west/southwest of 32 at travis. it is gusting all over the place, even in higher elevations. fog, drizzle, sun and clouds. a few high clouds will drift across as well. derek wolfe for this time of the year. temperatures in the 50s, 60s, and mainly in the 70s. sal, you okay? >> is a little hot where a said. >> don't you have a fan? >> i do but not where i am right now. the traffic looks pretty good. solano county commute, vacaville, fairfield, vallejo, not a bad commute as you drive down to the bay bridge toll plaza. there have been no major problems getting down from vacaville all the way down into the oakland area.
we can look at the toll plaza. metering light are not on but there is a little bit of a backup. some of the's fast-track lanes are getting through. we're hoping for a later than usual commute. northbound 280 in san jose looks good and legalized for the entire valley commute. any minute now we are expecting another update from officials in dallas over last night killing of five police officers. it was chaos. a total of 12 officers were shot, five have died. some of the injured are in critical condition this morning. two civilians were also hurt in the shooting. the gunfire erupted during a demonstration against recent shootings of african-american men in louisiana and minnesota. a transit officer who was wounded told her father what happened. >> she just realized that when
she got shot, she fell over and turned around and started crawling back to the car. other officers got her and put her in the car and brought her over here. >> investigators say the gunman planned to kill and injure as many police officers as they could. when the first shots rang out, protesters marching through downtown dallas ran for cover. >> they heard the first gunshots and did not think much of it. after the first gunshot she heard the second after that it was just -- a lot of gunshots. >> police say they do not know how many shooters were involved but officers have arrested three people. a fourth suspect died during an encounter with police. we are waiting for a news conference to begin in dallas, texas. protesters took to the streets here at home and blocked traffic on a freeway. now we're getting a closer look at the damage and learning
about plans for another night of protests. christien kafton joins us live . >> reporter: this is oakland police headquarters. you can see some of the damage from last night protest. there is red paint on the front of the building. more than 1000 people marched to the streets. they marched back and forth from city hall to police headquarters. many protesters stopped traffic in both directions on interstate 880. that lasted for hours. more than 500 marched up the broadway ramp to the freeway, blocking traffic in both directions. chp moved in between at 10:45 pm and 11:45 pm along 880 and began taking those protesters out of the roadway. >> please don't shoot me. >> reporter: the entrance to the police administration building was vandalized. you saw the damaged earlier. someone scrawled graffiti on
the wall and scratched and kicked in the class. also, someone splattered red paint on the door. police in riot gear stood in front of the building to prevent protesters from going inside. officers made several arrests during last night's demonstrations. we have not received a specific numbers about how many protest were made a couple of nearby visit is reported broken windows and graffiti as well. we are hearing that a caltrans highway sign was also set on fire. organizers say this was an expression of frustration and anger that many feel over decades of perceived injustice at the hands of police. you are now looking inside the police administration building. you can see some of the damage. it does not appear protesters made their way inside the building but did kick in the glass. you can see the paint on the ground. we are hearing that protesters are planning another rally for tonight at 6 pm. we're hearing that will be at frank ogawa plaza here in oakland.
we will have coverage on this for you throughout the day and tonight as those protests begin. >> everyone is hoping to protest will be peaceful. we will follow that all day. a man in portland, oregon, was arrested for pulling out a gun last night during a black lives matter protest. this was caught on video. you can see the man pointed the gun at people and putting it away. no shots were fired. no one was hurt. the van told reporters he pulled out his gun because people were coming at him and he felt outnumbered police arrested him a short time later. the rest of the protest was mostly peaceful. 40 people in new york city were arrested during protests against police brutality there. police said the arrests were mostly for disorderly conduct. some of the protesters were
handcuffed after sitting in the street and blocking traffic. no one was hurt. today, san francisco mayor, ed lee will, will honor the victims of last month deadly shooting in orlando. the mayor is scheduled to visit a memorial in orlando for the victims along with orlando's city commissioner. the mayor said a rainbow flag that was flown at half staff in san francisco's city hall after the shootings will be laid at the memorial in orlando in honor of the victims. we want to go to dallas, texas for a news conference, giving us an update on last night's chaotic police shootings . five police officers were killed. let's listen in. >> a call determination to make our city state -- safe and to arrest anyone that that is harm. i also want to thank the county , judge jenkins. i want to thank the fbi. i want to thank the governor thomas lieutenant governor flew in last night.
the president called me from poland. and all your commentators have wished us well and are praying for us and i want to say from our heart we feel that. and so, thank you. i am now going to tell you some not good news for reporters. that is, we have criminal investigation going on. our number one job is to make sure the citizens of dallas are safe so we are not going to tell you anything about the suspects in were not going to answer any questions on that. we will when it is the right time. now is not the right time. but a lot has happened in the last five or six hours since we talked. it was early in the morning. and i want chief brown to give you an update on that.
i'm proud of him. he's been working so hard these last few hours. we have been with families and we have been trying to make sure that the city is safe this morning. and i believe it is. chief brown. >> thank you, mayor. we are hurting. our profession is hurting. dallas officers are hurting. we are heartbroken. there are no words to describe the atrocity that occurred to our city. all i know is that this -- this must stop. this divisiveness. between our police and our citizens. to update you on what
transpired since we last spoke, let me walk through the standoff that had occurred, that was occurring at el centro on the second floor, the college there in downtown dallas. we cornered one suspect and we tried to negotiate for several hours. negotiations broke down. we had an exchange of gunfire with the suspect. we saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was. other options would have
exposed our officers to grave danger. the suspect is deceased. as a result of detonating the bomb. the reporting that the suspect killed himself is not accurate. we have confirmed that he has been deceased because the detonation of the bomb. hour hostage negotiator did an exceptional job getting the suspect to talk before he died. during the hours in negotiating that eventually broke down. now, i want to share with you some of the comments from the suspect. the suspect said he was upset about black lives matter. he said he was upset about the
recent police shootings. the suspect said he was upset at white people. the suspect stated he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers. the suspect stated he will eventually, that we will eventually find the ied's. the suspect stated he was not affiliated with any groups and he stated that he did this alone. the suspect said other things that are part of this investigation so that we can make sure that everyone associated with this tragic event is brought to justice. so as the mayor said, we won't expand on what other suspects
we have interviewed or looked at or their status until we get further into this investigation and get closer to a conclusion of what and who are all involved. but let me just say some closing comments about dallas police officers. and dart police officers. some of the bravest men and women you'd ever want to be associated with. uc video footage after video footage of them running toward gunfire from an elevated position with no chance to protect themselves. and to put themselves in harms way to make sure citizens can get to a place of security. so please
join me in applauding these brave men and women who do this job under great scrutiny, under great vulnerability. who literally risk of their lives to protect our democracy. we don't feel much support most days. let's not make today most days. please, we need your support to be able to protect you from men like these who carried out this tragic, tragic event. pay for these families. i spoke with the families of the deceased and the injured.
they are not having a good time trying to deal, absorb this. trying to understand why -- and they need your prayers. so please join us in helping us comfort the grieving officers families. and i trust that soon , because we are working very diligently in processing the crime scene, finding -- to find evidence to bring any other suspects to justice that were part of this. please, pray for our strength through this trying time. thank you. >> i want to add that there are public safety officials that protect our cities and our institutions all across america every day that aren't police
officers. and we lost one of those last night. a dart officer was one of the victims and i want to take a moment to say the professionalism the dart organization is great. and i appreciate better, school police officers, campus police officers, standing shoulder to shoulder with our police officers. and that is the way we work. chief brown told the victims families last night in the police officers that he was a man of faith. and i am a man of faith too. and that we need prayers and prayer is good. so today at 12:00 at thanksgiving square a leadership group of interfaith
ministers will lead us in that prayer. i would ask that if you are at your home or at your office or at your school to join us today at noon in that spirit of prayer . to bring our city together and our country together. to heal wounds, not create them. thank you. any questions that are not off- limits? >> the injured officers have -- most of them have been released there are some that will need follow-up. i will not go into detail of what types of injuries . their families are being very private for obvious reasons right now. again, excuse me, what was the
question? yes, summer doing better. some of the and released. some need more treatment. they are being very private about any further details about their health. >>[ indiscernible - low volume ] . >> we have to be right 100% of the time in the way we police the city. suspects like this need to be right once. they don't have to work very hard to do cowardly acts like this. . to snipe at our officers from elevated positions and to ambush them from secret positions around corners. all that hard work is not for
naught. the city has shown great support for this police department. the mayor, the city council and manager's office have supported this department and these officers and we expect that to continue. and this community, i am born and raised here, dallas is a great city. officers will continue to put themselves in harms way to protect these great citizens. so it's worthwhile. >> i want to brag for a second. if anyone is not heard us say this. this police department trained in de-escalation far before cities across american did it. we are one of the premier community policing cities in the country. and this year we have the fewest
police officer related shootings than any large city in america. we're working hard to improve and there's always room for improvement. but we are best in class, we feel. >>[ indiscernible - low volume ] . >> are you confident that the threat is now over? >> no. i will not be satisfied until we have turned over every stone. we've got some level that this one suspect did do some of the shooting but we're not satisfied that we have exhausted every lead. and were not going to be satisfied until every lead is exhausted. if there is someone out there that was associated with this, we will find you. and we will prosecute you. and we will bring you to justice. >> as of right now there are total force bus -- suspects?
>> okay. we have been listening to the lie press conference there in dallas. listening to the police chief. he is very emotional as he wrapped it up he said, pray for strength during these trying times. he said his department is heartbroken. he talked about the divisiveness between the people and police. it has to stop. the one bit of new information he said is it is an ongoing investigation. the mayor said at this point in time they are not giving details about the suspects because it is an ongoing investigation and the number one priority is to keep the people of dallas safe. but the police chief also said that the one suspect they had cornered, the negotiator for several hours, they had sent in a bomb robot. that detonated a device and that is what killed the suspect. early reports said the suspect had killed himself.
there are three other people in custody. >> we will get more information. we do know that 12 police officers, 12 people were shot last night. five police officers were killed in dallas. we're also hearing that some of the officers who were wounded are now out of the hospital. this is a continuing -- continuing information coming in from dallas. we will keep checking in. there will be a noontime prayer in dallas. let's go over to sal. the commute is beginning already. it sure is. good morning. people who drive from far away like tracy and stockton and manteca, many people who do that regularly come to the bay area to work. this morning, 205 and 580 showing slow traffic. 205 is backed up about an hour before mountain house. 580 will be slow over the altimont pass. this is a look at westbound 24.
that traffic is off to a good start. so is 680 from the venetian bridge through concord to the walnut creek interchange. at the bay bridge there is a backup but it is lighter than usual today. you can see traffic is okay. now let's go to steve with the weather. well, a big fog bank out there. lots of reports of drizzle. it is a very cool pattern for us for july. joseph anderson said, good morning from walnut creek. clear, cloudy, cold. only concord and buchanan say clear. clouds are in walnut creek. almost every observation says cloudy or mostly cloudy. we have a fog bank and and onshore breeze even out to the delta. you can see a cold front bringing rain on the north coast. some of that may make it into mendocino county. that is enhancing the fog bank
and giving us the drizzle. 50s on the coast. livermore and fairfield in the 50s. on the peninsula, woodside checking in at 49. 51 in atherton. that is pretty cool. 54 in hillsborough. gusts at 24. of the south. this front will enhance and give us an unseasonably cool pattern. some of that rain may make it down to mendocino county or northern sonoma county. i will mention that for later tonight into early tomorrow. fog and lots of drizzle. windy for some. a few high clouds will move in. most of temperatures will be far below average for this time of year. this will carry us into saturday. this will clear up sunday and it looks like more seasonable, warmer temps as we head into monday and tuesday. coming up, more coming up.
keeping you protected live flake free for life developing news in the bay area. prada creekside drive in palo alto is closed this morning while police investigate a suspicious death. officers say the body was found in a home near charleston in on street last night. a family member went to check on the victim and discover the
body. officers say initial evidence at the scene indicate that death is suspicious. they have not released any other details. anyone with information is urged to call police. the alameda county district attorney is by -- fired an inspector tied to the east bay selects -- sex scandal. his name is rick orozco. he had been accused of having inappropriate online communications with a self- described teenage call girl. the attorney representing orozco said he never talked to the woman in question or met her in person. the attorney said the allegations were largely benign and do not amount to actionable misconduct. he has been fired by the district attorney, nancy coming up, we are continuing to follow the new information we just got from dallas in the killing of five police officers. plus we have the urgent message from san jose's police chief in
events and we stand united with the people in the police department in dallas. president obama expressing his condolences this morning from poland over the dallas shooting. five police officer were killed and seven injured. we have just learned one of the suspects was killed by police. chaos on the streets of oakland. protesters blocked traffic on interstate 880 overnight for several hours. they were angry about the recent deadly police shootings of two african-american men. good morning. the violence was not limited to the streets of downtown oakland. the police department headquarters was also vandalized as you can see in that video with red paint covering the front entrance, signifying the bloodshed in minnesota and louisiana.